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Equine Artist


FACEBOOK: Fred Stone

The Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune have called Fred Stone "the most famous painter of horses in the world".

His work is in the homes of some of the world's most notable people, including Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, and in the office of hte President in the White House.

More people own a Fred Stone print than that of any other horse artist in history, making him the most sought after equine artist in the world.

Stone's large murals now appear throughout North America and Europe, including three in Moscow, Russia. His mural in the Paris Hotel (Las Vegas) is the world's largest equine mural at 12' x 104'.
  Fred Stone   Support of Charities
Through the sale of his limited edition prints, he has personally raised over $2 milion for various charities such as Handicapped Childern riding programs, the National Search Dog Foundation, and finding homes for homeless horses.

His poster of "Partners" (shown below) raised over $500,000 for the families of NY City firemen who died on 9/11 for which he recieved a personal letter of thanks from President George W. Bush.
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      "Forever Friends" by Fred Stone    
        ABOVE: "Forever Friends" by Fred Stone   ABOVE: "Partners" by Fred Stone  
  MNM Art Studio 2017